House unhittable in Scorpions' shutout

Indians prospect strikes out four, pitches five no-hit innings

By Zack Cox / Special to | October 19, 2012 9:44 PM ET

Scottsdale 1, Salt River 0

Indians prospect T.J. House struck out four over five hitless innings as Scottsdale blanked Salt River, 1-0. Ryan Goins (Blue Jays) broke up the Scorpions' no-hit bid with a leadoff single in the eighth off Kevin Johnson (Angels) but was caught stealing by catcher Carlos Ramirez (Angels). The contest was scoreless until the bottom of the eighth when Giants' top prospect Gary Brown tripled and came home on another triple by Joe Panik, San Francisco's No. 6 prospect. Brown also doubled for the only multi-hit effort of the night. Rafters starter Ryan Tepera (Blue Jays) walked one and allowed three hits over four shutout innings. Recap | Gameday box score

Peoria 3, Surprise 2

Reds prospect Donald Lutz collected three hits, including a two-run homer, and fell a triple shy of the cycle in the Javelinas' victory. A solo shot by Cardinals' No. 4 prospect Kolten Wong cut the Saguaros' deficit to one in the third before Cesar Puello tripled in the fourth and scored on a single by fellow Mets prospect Darrell Ceciliani. Drew Hayes (Reds) picked up the win, pitching two innings of scoreless relif. Recap | Gameday box score

Phoenix 10, Mesa 6

Marlins prospect Kyle Jensen went 4-for-5 with three RBIs -- his third straight multi-hit effort -- as the Desert Dogs took down the slumping Solar Sox, 10-6. Everyone in the Phoenix lineup hit safely, with eight of nine reaching base at least twice. Yordy Cabrera (A's) drove in the Dogs' first two runs with a double in the second and plated another with a single in the sixth. Jake Realmuto (Marlins) contributed a pair of RBIs for Phoenix. Rafael Ynoa (Dodgers) delivered a three-run triple and Astros' top prospect Jonathan Singleton homered for Mesa, which has dropped five in a row. Recap | Gameday box score

Zack Cox is a contributor to This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.

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